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by and waiting. >> lama hasan in london this morning. thanks, lama. >>> later on "good morning america," we take a closer look at whether there is still a doing from that big volcano. >>> back here at home, big banks are gearing up for a battle over more government regulation. president obama and congressional lawmakers appear close to an agreement on a bill that would regulate the financial industry. t.j. winick is joining us from washington with the latest. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning. the president is determined to pass financial reform. and we're seeing the battle take shape on wall street and on capitol hill. when it comes to pushing financial reforms for wall street, the president sounds ready for a showdown. >> what we've seen is an army of industry lobbyists, from wall street, descending on capitol hill. if these folks want a fight, it's a fight i'm ready to have. >> reporter: the white house is focused on derivatives. essentially bets between power players on wall street and around the world, whether certain businesses will succeed or fail. >> part of what led to this c
. >> oh, but america, ice cream does not love us back. coming up, why soothing that sweet tooth could be putting your heart at risk. >> remember, both sugar and salt are in ice cream. it's a double killer. first a look ahead, the president's schedule. we told you about the big meeting with the senate judiciary folks. he's going to be sitting down within john harwood. you're watching "the daily rundown" on msnbc. finally, what i love is what my skin needs. for the first time, discover exotic fragrances... and rich moisture from aveeno, the naturals brand dermatologists trust most. introducing positively nourishing moisturizers. with active naturals, they're clinically tested... to lock in moisture for 24 hours. now, skin can be soft and beautifully fragrant. that's the best of both worlds. new positively nourishing. and experience our enticing body washes, too. only from aveeno. that's the beauty of nature and science. even if you think your mattress is just fine... ask me what it's like to get your best night's sleep every night. why not talk to someone who's sleeping on the most high
right now are the problems which we in america will probably face in the not-too-distant future. those problems are massive out of control entitlement programs, enormous debt, massive deficits, and continuing big spending programs. in short, martha, they can't pay their bills. greece can't, out of money, portugal is threatened, spain is threatened, italy, austria, probably in the same boat down the road if this thing spreads. so if i may say, their writing is on our wall. now -- go ahead, sorry. martha:is -- i was just going to say, stuart, you listen to that list of countries and one could argue, you know, the united states has not been in the same category in terms of the strength of our economy as those countries for quite some time. >> oh, for a long, long time. the equation is not between uncle sam, the federal government and america and greece and portugal and spain. no, the association is with the state governments of california, new york, and new jersey. they have run out of money. they face an enormous decifit and budget crunch. they need bailouts. so there is a mirror image h
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of the judiciary committee, patrick leahy, from vermont and jeff sessions, republican of alabama. >>> then america's role in the world. how will this week's agreement on nuclear disarmament make the country safer? why are so many friends and foes alike defying the united states? our conversation with secretary of state hillary clinton and secretary of defense robert gates. >>> finally the roundtable takes on the growing left-right divide over the president's leadership, the congressional elections and the politics of the court. columnist for "the new york times" david brooks, chief washington correspondent for "the new york times" david sanger, syndicated "washington post" columnist kathleen parker and former democratic congressman from tennessee and chair of the democratic leadership council, harold ford, junior. >>> first, the politics of the supreme court. the president has another big decision to make, the second court vacancy in two years. how are the white house and republicans weighing the confirmation battle ahead? joining us to talk about that exclusively, two members at the heart of the
for america's future in space. >> his plan is a major revision of previous policy and is already drawing criticism from some of the nation's past heroes in space. t.j. winick joins us from washington with details. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning, vinita. under the president's plan, nasa will encourage private companies to build their own spaceships to ferry astronauts to the international space station. under the bush administration, nasa's goal was to send an american astronaut to the moon for a seventh time. the obama administration wants, instead, focus on getting to mars. today, in cape canaveral, florida, at the kennedy space center, the president will unveil his plan to take nasa in a new direction. >> what the president will outline represents our best opportunity and our best effort to get this agency and program back on pace to put astronauts and rockets into space, as the president so strongly desires. >> reporter: while famed astronaut neil armstrong has publicly criticized the president's plan, another space pioneer, buzz aldrin, supports the changes. >> i totall
>>> good morning, america. i'm george stephanopoulos. >> and i'm robin roberts. it's monday, april 26th. inside the heart of the stone. our cameras follow the massive tornado from louisiana to mississippi. rescue crews still searching for survivors. we're live on the scene. >>> and financial showdown. we have an exclusive interview with the key republican senator. >>> also, the fda is expected to greenlight the first vaccine to fight cancer. >>> and you remember her, lost for four days. now this brave little girl and her family join us for the first time since her miraculous rescue. >> got to love that early morning smile. and welcome back. tell us about your adventure. >> so, i'm gone a couple days, george, you change the place. back to the future here. >> this is all new for me. right here in the middle here of times square. >> best seat in the house. there was more dangerous weather overnight. but the big story this morning, the 250-mile path of destruction cut by as massive twister in g, mississippi. ten people killed there. hundreds of homes damaged or destroyed. trees uproote
on the big boys. she joins us with her hot pink car hours before the big race. >>> good morning, america, i'm bill weir. >> and i'm bianna golodryga. it's sunday, april 25th. >>> and it was a mignightmare i mississippi and other southern states. the tornado was a mile wide when it went through parts of mississippi, lifting roofs off buildings, homes. the governor said the aftermath looks like hurricane katrina. nothing left standing in some places. he's now calling a state of emergency in that hard-hit area. >>> at least ten people killed, three of them children. dozens treated at area hospitals. there were as many as 54 tornadoes across the south yesterday. hitting seven states but the worst of it in yazoo city, mississippi. some parts of the city has been completely destroyed. they are now getting their first real look at how bad the damage is. matt gutman is there, good morning, matt. >> good morning, bianna. meteorologists aren't really sure whether was one deadly tornado or several equally ferocious ones that carved that path of destruction across the state. what is clear in yazoo city
sector since the 1930s. critics call it a jobs killer. good morning, i'm bill hemmer, welcome to "america's newsroom". martha: welcome back, bill, good morning to you, good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. while the president is making a pitch -- senators on both sides of the aisle try to negotiate a deal, one of the top economic advisers believes this has the votes to pass. take a look. >> i think you're going to see independent members of ck, of both parties are going to read the bill and say i totally agree with what is happening here, we need to end bailouts, too big to fail, derivatives out into the open so, so i think they're going to vote for it. bull bill we're getting earth word of what the president is going to say in manhattan. major, is this speech about new policy? >> it's not, bill. this is a speech to round up votes on capitol hill, make the case, and symbolically portray what happened in the great recession as something set in motion by recklessness and to a certain measure, greed on wall street. now, the president has got about 700 people in the audience at coope
of america and we'd like to make them all obsolete and get rid of all of them across the entire fruited plain and the whole world. here's the thing, that's one of the things that makes us unique. that's what makes us the superpower. aren't we giving away the store by going down to zip? >> yeah, i mean, even if you want to get to zip, the united states needs to maintain a strong, credible deterrent because we need a bargaining chip in the discussions with the russians and the chinese. >> and president obama would like to see zero nuclear weapons in the world. >> he certainly does and the problem is, as i said, the russians and the chinese are not buying on to his vision. we have a fundamental disconnect between the united states. on the one hand, the russians and the chinese in addition to the iranians and the north korea koreans. >> here comes hillary. >> is she there? >> yeah. >> what do you think about that? >> certainly, you know, gates, i think, certainly wanted to be there for iraq. he also wanted to be there for modernization of the pentagon which is an important issue for him, to r
to sacramento. >>> ahead on "america this morning," international outrage after an american mother sends her adopted son back to russia alone. now, it could prevent other ericans from adoption. >>> and a frantic rescue as rising floodwaters carry a w >>> it c >>> it could be a big week on wall street. first quarter corpate earnings reports begin to come out today with google, intel and jpmorgan chase among them. it could spur the stock market to i seventh week of gains. the dow briefly touched the 11,000 mark on friday for the first time in a year and a half. and that high water mark could boost retail confidence. >> people pay attention to these big round numbers and that has the potential to bring retail investors back in the game. a lot of rally so far has been driven by big institutions but if mom and pops get into it, that could bring the dow higher still. >> as good as the market rally is, it's still 20% off the record high back in 2007. it's time for market activity. tokyo's nikkei average rose 47 points today. hong kong's hang seng fell 70. in london the ftse opened higher. on wall s
tv show in america. and the world now, in 187 countries. but, john ridley, when we're all together in the front office at msnbc, we tarp you cwere talkin wofs going to be on this new show, the new incarnation of "morning joe," and i have to be honest, i think we were too tough on you. >> really? >> i think we held to you a higher standard. >> oh, god. >> i think you had less of a margin of error. >> are we going to start -- >> i think it was the slimmer margin of error. >> i think you had a slimmer margin of error. i think you would have been on "morning joe" but the slimmer of margin -- >> remember one morning you mispronounced a word. >> yes. >> and the front office is like, we can't -- you want -- >> this guy out. >> and so, i owe you an apology. i think i owe michael steele an apology. >> i'm getting new t-shirts made. i was trademarked michael steele. it's not my fault. i got a slimmer margin of error. >> yes. >> so we're going to start out and going -- >> and haley barber jumped in on this about his slimmer margin of error. about the only thing slimmer on him. >> you said it.
troubling. >> well, they're generally troubling, mika, because the united states of america, after nine years in afghanistan, after two commanders in chief, still have no exit strategy. now, of course, the things we were supposed to have learned from vietnam and the beirut tragedy was you never go into war until you have an exit strategy. the only semblance of an exit strategy, mort zuckerman, that we have is that we will stay there, and young americans will continue to die. and american taxpayers will continue to spend billions and billions of dollars a year. so we can prop up the government of hamid karzai. hamid karzai. that -- this man, who is contemplating joining the taliban -- which, by the way, i say let him do it. they've got a 10% approval rating anyway in afghanistan. he is our exit strategy. so if you're a mother or a father or a wife or a husband whose loved one is in afghanistan right now going out on patrol with the possibility of being injured for life or killed, you're doing it for a man who says he's thinking about joining the taliban. >> well, i don't think i would de
>> time now to reward america with what we've been thinking about lately. what have you been thinking about? >> two words sal mineo. that is what i learned today. >> really? that's good. go do your show. >> bye-bye, daily run down next. >> i've learned what i want willie to bring me back from the masters, i want some john daly flip-flops. sweet. >> pat buchanan. >> we're on the back nine culturally. >> i learned sal mineo and sol linowitz are not the same person. >> i've learned willie paid attention in history because he knows that ike used to play golf at augusta. very good. >> that was the one day i showed up for class, mike. i learned here at augusta national, we are fortunate to have vera lind dent's caramel cake. she brought them to us. i hope they're as good as she is a character. vera lynn dent. can't wait to bite into these. we'll do that while you watch t "the daily rundown." >> the most radical president in american history has now thrown down the gauntlet to the american people. he has said i run a machine, i own washington. and there's nothing you can do about it
start, i'm bill hemmer, welcome to "america's newsroom" and welcome back to martha. martha: good morning to you, good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum and this massive explosion ripping through what is known as the upper big branch mine and it happened during a shift change yesterday. we're just learning that this mine had six violations , dealing with ventilation issues alone, just this year. that is since january. last year, the mine faced 48 what are called unwarrantable failure orders which are considered quite serious. among the dead in yesterday's blast, and we're learning all of these individual stories now as it comes to light, in one situation, three members of the same family, an uncle and two of his nephews who were all working together were found in close proximity inside this mine and today you've got all of the reaction of friends and family. >> we really just came to pray, because we don't have immediate family in the mines, but we know so many people that work here, our pastor works at this mine. >> i just started getting the phone calls, they asked me if kendall
, and studied there and knows it as well as anybody in america is going to be here at 6:30 to talk about this. >>> moving on with news. republicans are not ruling out effort to block president obama's next supreme court nomination now that justice john paul stevens has announced his retirement. some have hinted about the possible use of a filibuster against president obama's upcoming pick if he doesn't choose a, quote, mainstream candidate. haley barbour says the president's pick could even energize the base. >> the pro-abortion people have used the supreme court to stoke up their supporters and the conservatives going way back to earl warren have made it a cause celeb for trying to energize their people. the good thing for republicans right now, we've got plenty of energy. the policies of this administration, of this congress, has energized our people. >> those mentioned as possible nominees including elena kagan, top courtroom lawyer, two federal appeals judges, diane wood of chicago and merrick garland of d.c. and janet napolitano. i wonder if anyone else would be on that list? >> i don't
a common goal. america's beverage companies have removed full-calorie soft drinks from schools, reducing beverage calories by 88%. together with schools, we're helping kids make more balanced choices every day. ♪ >>> will the top firm on wall street become the top fall guy on capitol hill? next hour, sen torgs aators ared to grill the leading executives of goldman sachs. they want to know if the company's zeal for profits contributed to the country's financial crisis. after 20 years in a miami prison, manuel noriega gets a flight to paris and a quick return to jail. the former pan mainian dictator was extra dieted to stand trial on charges he laundered drug money. they seized noriega after invading panama in 1989. he has been held as a p.o.w. they wanted him back to stand trial on murder charges. the u.s. gave him to france instead. >>> gages israel's patience over iran. the pentagon and state department getting involved taking a look at where the military stands and the issue of a possible war. a presidential pop-in -- >>> presidential pop-in, president obama wanted to talk to israeli
is too big? isn't that the whole idea of america, like trying to grow your company to become as big as possible? i don't know, that struck me as very interesting that now we're going to have a whole new era of determining whether or not companies are too big? >> well -- >> so if the republicans can block the vote today, the republicans will have a better footeding going forward to get a bill more to their liking. coming up straight ahead -- that's very true, steve. coming up, the reverend al sharpton threatening to fight arizona's new immigration law with civil disobedience. the sheriff next, he has something to say about that. >> please, don't stop the music. pop star rhianna takes a big tumble. and it's all caught -- >> there she goes. >> why does she wear those heels? >> tumble! [ isabella ] hi, i'm isabella, and this is pasta night at our house. [ laughter ] what is it about spaghetti and meatballs? i mean, it's a fun night. and the whole dinner is from great value at walmart. and it's all for less than $2 a serving. i have a budget like anyone else. this is what i did with mi
. this is the fastest growing minority in america. let's keep in mind, 50 percent, 50 percent of the children born in america are brown. jon: let me cut this one short. the president has entered the rose garden, he's about to speak on immigration, as well as the new gdp numbers. let's listen in. >> the department of interior and homeland security, as well as the administrator of the eps, my assistant for energy and climate change policy, and the noah administrator to the gulf coast to ensure we continue to do everything necessary to respond to this event, and i expect their reports today. as i said yesterday, bp is ultimately responsible under the law for paying the cost of response and cleanup operations, but we are fully prepared to meet our responsibilities to any and all affected communities. that's why we've been working closely with state and local authorities since the day of the explosion. there are now five staging areas to protect sensitive shore lines. approximately 1900 federal response personnel are in the area, and more than 300 response vessels and aircraft iran the -- on the screen
heard round the world. that vol canic ash is now making its way to north america. nbc's chief science and health correspondent bob bazell is in iceland for us this morning. it's coming to north america. do we have to worry? is this an air quality issue? is this going to create havoc now on north american flights? >> chuck, you know, you don't have to worry one bit about that. i have to say something else. savannah was yoet quoted in the newspaper about how to pronounce it. i had to come to iceland. it's affal yokal. >> who are you calling a yokal. >> i'm really proud of that. >> you're showing off. >> i will worked on that all the way over. but i walked under the volcano this morning. there's an enormous amount of ash coming out in the immediate area. the plume is down to about 10,000 feet high. it was 30,000 feet yesterday. that's a good sign. nobody knows what's going to happen with it in the future. this is one of the least studied volcanos even in iceland which has about 70 active volcanoes. there's not a lot of ability to predict what's going to happen next. of course, there's a
from the treasury secretary, coming up later on "good morning america." >>> a just-released poll shows the public continues to be divided about the new health care law. the kaiser family foundation finds 46% of americans have a favorable opinion of the law. 40%, unfavorable. as for how the law makes us feel, 55% said confused. 45% said pleased. and 30% say they're angry about it. >>> airlines estimate their losses will top $2 billion from the week-long shutdown due to the iceland volcano. an industry group called the fallout worse than the shutdown after the 9/11 attacks. about 80% of flights have been operating at major european airports today. >>> rivers bubbling with chemicals and smog-choked skies prompted the first earth day 40 years ago. since then, new laws and cleaner technology have caused smog levels to drop about 25% nationwide. and lead levels are down about 90%. now, experts say the problems are unseen, like carbon dioxide levels increasing by 19%. >>> and on this earth day, spectacular, chris cal-clear images from the surface of the sun. >> they're the first images from n
than a decade ago is that they are so much cozier with corporate america today than they were a decade ago. and much more so than they let on in public. i think it's amazing and breath taking that greg greg, top lawyer, champion of the left, top lawyer in the obama white house before he was forced out in the champion of the left is now the sherpa for goldman sachs, or that dick gephardt, the leader of house democrats, the last event i saw him at was in iowa where he had all these union members around him rocking to ac/dc drinking beer because he was a champion of the labor movement. now he's out there advising goldman sachs. you see this across the board for the democratic party where they get so much money from wall street and so much money from corporate america that it makes it harder to paint republicans as being in the hip pocket of business. and i think that -- >> okay. >> -- that's covering the backdrop of the debate. >> i said something moderately nice about barack obama. i'm going to try another one. >> oh, good. this will be a good day. >> all right, here we go. since barack
, senator, here in america? >> the threat is real to nonaviation transportation. all you've got to do is look around the world, not only to the terrible tragedy in rash yeah last week, but remember the train bombings in london and madrid and earlier in mumbai. so these are targets. and we know that and we're doing a lot, our government is, working with state and local officials to both in ways that are visible and ways that are not visible to raise our defenses on trains and subways and buses. but, david, to me -- in our committee we've done hearings on this and i continue to believe that this -- that nonaviation is the vulnerable part of our transportation system. we frankly need to give it more than we're giving it now to protect the american people. i worry about this. >> secretary chertoff, i want to get to some domestic terror concerns, but before i do that i want to talk about another element of terrorism. you were head of the criminal division in the justice department. this issue of civilian trilsz for terror suspects is one you're quite familiar with. now, clearly, kol lead s
. bank of america, who of course krugman wanted to nationalize last year, which has come roaring back. i only bring up back of america because it is such a large bank. it's certainly solvent. but i always say, if bank of america went under tomorrow, the same thing that happened on september 15, 2008, would happen again. i just don't think there's anything in place proposed by republicans or democrats, and this is your ongoing point all week that addresses too big to fail. >> joe, i think you're exactly right. these things are enormous. take a look at what's happening in europe. bank of america is probably as large a sar of the gdp of the u.s. as greece is of the eu. greece is facing a default or something like that. and they're all coming in from the european union, imf, to bail them out. >> you presume that when the day of reckoning comes, andrea, that a population will face up to the facts that we're out of money. we're going under. and yet, in greece, riots are breaking out in the streets bays they don't like that their benefitses are being cut. >> i don't think is anal gas because of
to raise cost for community banks, small business people, for dealers, everybody in america. in the end not do what's right. another little thing. why aren't fannie and freddie in this bill? that's where it started, that's where it began. they ran us in the ground with bad mortgages, yet they completely conveniently ignore them. why is that? because they have been a sign for the democratic party. >> as you're speaking, we've got a full screen that outlines some of the big points in the gop plan for financial reform. so as you're speaking i want to throw those up so viewers are aware. one of those we've got is exactly what you just mentioned, ending taxpayer support of fannie mae and freddie mac. if that were to be included would be the gop be happy? >> they aren't going to be happy with one or two things. they are happy to get rid of the $50 billion bailout because they know the bailout is that the bill. that the allow bailouts for businesses. there's a lot of things in this bill we need to change. fannie and freddie is an important part that needs to be fighting for the bill. republica
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to the streets of america. there were half a million in los angeles. there were 350,000, i think, in dallas/fort worth, that area as well. also, there was some backlash because remember at a number of these rallies, they actually -- they were talking about becoming americans but they were flying the mexican flag and they were flying flags from south america and stuff like that and suddenly, there was some backlash so if they are planning some big rallies, beware, there could be some backlash this time as well. >> it's an interesting irony because -- because of the freedom of speech here in this country, they're allowed to do that. >> well, of course. all right, so in the meantime, let's talk a little bit about a drink that you maybe have guzzled once or twice before. it's called the arizona ice tea. but they're facing some backlash now because of the name of the drink and they were all of their drinkers to know that they actually don't make their drink in arizona. it's actually made in new york. >> it's a new york drink so stop protesting arizona. it just happens to be the name and by the w
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>>> go >>> good morning, america. i'm robin roberts here in new york. >> and i'm george stephanopoulos on this monday, april 12th. this morning -- from moscow, russians and poles come together to mourn the death of the poles' president and but new questions surface about why his pilot had a dangerous landing. >>> meanwhile, president obama warns the biggest threat to nuclear security would be a weapon in the hands of al qaeda. georges sits down with an exclusive interviewry russia's president. >>> a daring rescue caught on tape. a swimmer dives into dangerous waters to rescue a woman swept away by the current. >>> and what a weekend for golf. phil mickelson wins the masters and celebrates with a long emotional hug with his wife amy who is battling breast cancer. what a moment. >>> good morning from russia, where the bells are tolling the hour here. you know, we traveled more than 4,000 miles to interview russia's president dmitri m medved les to interview medvedev. but who could have guessed there would be so much breaking news. first, the tragic plane crash that took t
the hour, farewell to a warrior. she didn't just live through america's civil rights struggle. dorothy height fought the fight. >> we begin with breaking news right now. two coal miners in western kentucky trapped underground after a mine kraeling collapsed late last night. a rescue operation happening now. so far, no one has been able to contact them. at least two others escaped. this is happening at the dotik. mine operated by alliance coal company. >>> your seafood, your summer vacation at the beach, how about the offshore drilling controversy. an environmental and economic tragedy moving through the gulf. an underwater oil leak that could devastate the coast. the coast guard says it may be five times what they have been saying, 210,000 gallons a day. the first test went well to burn off some of the surface oil. more fires could be lit later today. a b.p. executive says he will take the military up on their offer to help to sop up as much oil as possible before it hits the coast. the oil will make things tough on seafood fans. some shrimpers are going out right now just to try and b
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again? what will pass? and what will it really mean to how the financial system works in america? the chairman an ranking member of the banking committee, chris dodd of connecticut and republican senator richard shelby of alabama. then the growing political divide, arizona's governor with the toughest immigration law. president obama calls it misguided. populous ang ger against wall street. the c efrnlthszo of goldman sachs prepares to answer questions, but at the same time deepening distrust of government's role in the economy. how will voters sort it out in november? our roundtable weighs in. "the new york times'" david brooks. cbs erin burnett, npr michele norris and "newsweek's" evan thomas. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> first an exclusive interview with the men at the center of the debate, the chairman and ranking member of the senate banking committee, senator chris dodd and senator richard shelby. welcome back. senator dodd, the big question is do you have a deal? >> well, richard and i spent a lot of time together over the last year working on this bil
like to say on behalf of all the middle-aged, overweight women in america, just shut up. >> claire mccaskill. >> morning, everyone. >> that was rough. >> it was a little -- it was edgy. she obviously has strong feelings about that. i do, too, about our health in this country. >> stop. just stop. >> she's right. she's right. >> you know, i love when somebody says, what everybody else is thinking, and claire did just that. so, a big show ahead today. tim geithner will be coming in. >> i can't wait to ask him about financial reform. that's going to be exciting. he's coming in on the set, right? >> right. speaking of financial reform, at the event last night, we spoke to an awful lot of senators who basically said this bill is going to pass, it's on the front page of "the washington post." the senate is moving closer to financial reform. >> it was a nice event. this was the press club foundation. it was -- >> the congressional debt? >> gosh, a lot of folks showed up on both sides, congress and the media as well. so, it was fun. it was good. you did a good job. >> yeah. >> making people be
. everybody, fox news alert, it is all your money and it is america's future today, a way to keep the nation's head above water, the kickoff for the president's debt commission happens in minutes, how deep it the hole today? we are more than $12 trillion in debt, that's $41,000 for every american citizen, only two things you can do when you're in debt this badly, stop spending or raise or money or perhaps -- raise more money or perhaps do both. which way will the commission go? we'll find out together on "america's newsroom". >>> that is just one big story. a big day. welcome, everybody, i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning to you, bill, good morning, everybody, i'm martha mcical up. get ready, folks, a showdown today on capitol hill, lawmakers put goldman sachs in the crosshairs and the big event, lloyd blankfein on the hot seat. goldman is expected to deny they profited from the housing collapse and we'll be watching that very closely today. bill: indeed we will. also the disturbing image of the suspected chris may day body bomber proving the man who tried to detonate a bomb on christmas
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>>> good morning, america. i'm robin roberts. >> and i'm george stephanopoulos. it's wednesday, april 28th. this morning, senate showdown. goldman sachs grilled in washington. but its top execs give no ground. saying they did nothing wrong as the housing market collapsed. we talk to the goldman ceo and the senate chairman who led the hearing this morning. >>> laura bush speaks out. we have a sneak peek of her new book, where she criticizes democrats for calling her husband a loser. and she talks about the first time where she believes she and the president may have been poisoned. >>> rielle hunter talks to oprah. why john edwards came clean when he did. and what elizabeth really knew about the relationship. >>> and a search crew turns up noah's ark. is it a hoax or the real deal? >>> so, what's the answer? hoax or real deal? >> i would love to be that well-preserved after 4,800 years. the jury's out. >> good point. >>> what a scene yesterday. the testimony, the cross-examination. but there was no meeting of the minds. senate chairman carl levin kept using the "s" word. you may
>>> good morning, america. it's thursday, april 22nd. i'm george stephanopoulos. >> and i'm juju chang. >> this morning, fireball in the gulf. 11 workers still missing after an oil rig explodes. throwing some men 75 feet into the water. we have the latest on the frantic search, as desperate family members reunite with survivors overnight. >>> plus, president obama heads to wall street, taking on the big banks on their home turf. as the deal on financial reform appears near. we ask the treasury secretary what it means for you. >>> and e-mails that could be at the center of a murder. sent by that "survivor" producer to his mistress, just as his wife is killed in mexico. >>> plus, bristol palin takes on the man accused of hacking into his mother's e-mail account and revealing bristol's cell phone number to the world. why she says she feared for her life. >>> and good morning, from washington. i came down from my interview with the treasury secretary. robin's on assignment. thanks for holding down the fort, juju. we have news out of louisiana. that stunning video, from the burning oi
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>>> good morning, america. i'm george stephanopoulos. >> and i'm robin roberts, on this wednesday, april 21st. and this morning, the skies are open for business. passengers scramble for seats as more planes navigate a shrinking volcano ash cloud. but was the all-clear sounded prematurely? >>> sarah palin and her family head to court. she's set to testify against the college student charged with hacking her e-mail account. >>> michael douglas' son sentenced to five years instead of ten. did his pleas for leniency make a difference? >>> plus, eight minus kate. kate gosselin was joeted off "dancing with the stars." america's most-talked about mom joins us to talk about what's next. >> i don't know if you were watching last night. but kate very emotional, when she was asked to leave the floor. >> kind of surprising. we haven't seen that side of kate. she is off. she's going to join us live in our next hour. >>> we're going to start with the air traffic, slowly getting back to normal in europe. it's been just about a week since that volcanic ash cloud crippled flights in europe. 95,000
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assistance and courtesy transportation, it's the best coverage in america. >>> soom critics say this commercial is a misuse of his deceased father's voice for an easy manipulation. folks, there was nothing cheap or easy about it. they had to go through tons of voiceovers to find just the right father figure. jim? >> glowing rowing up is a prett thing, beaver, if you grow up. it's all right to look back on the good times you had. the thing s when you try to relive them, somehow they're never quite as good the second time around. >>> you know, the sad thing s there are some men my age still trying to be little boys. >> oh, why did that end on the cutting room floor? that would have been an improvement over the actual ad. >> good stuff. >>> good morning, welcome back to "morning joe." we have mike barnicle here, aka, admiral stockdale. >> what am i doing here? >> pat buchanan is here, sam stein from "the huffington post" and willie geist in augusta. before we go further, let's take a look at the morning papers. how about we read them. >> go ahead. >> wall street journal -- greek bo
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